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Dahi Baray

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Occasion: Any   Total servings: 6
Cuisine: Pakistani   Calories:
Effort: Easy   Pre-Prep time: 15 minutes
Best for: All   Preperation time: 15 minutes
How to serve: Cold    

Dahi Baray recipe by Nazia at PakiRecipes.com.
Daal fritters soaked in yogurt and garnished with your choice of chutney and masala.


Ingredients
250 grams mash dalClick to find more about dal (white)dhuli , washed

A Pinch of baking soda

1/2 teaspoon saltClick to find more about salt

600 ml natural yogurt

1/2 teaspoon red chili powder

1/2 teaspoon garam masala

1/2 teaspoon saltClick to find more about salt,

1 cloveClick to find more about clove garlicClick to find more about garlic (crushed)


Preparation
Wash soaked dalClick to find more about dal with few changes of water. Place dalClick to find more about dal, baking powder and saltClick to find more about salt in a food processor or blender and grind to a smooth thick paste.
Add a little water at a time if it is difficult to grind, continue grinding, this will incorporate air and make the paste lighter in texture.
Leave it to rest for 15 20 minutes.
Heat oil in a deep fryer or karahi. Test the temperature by dropping a small piece of paste into the hot oil. It should rise to the top at once.
Drop carefully a tablespoon full of paste into the hot fat.
Fry to a golden colour, turning once or twice. Remove from oil with a slotted spoon and place on absorbent kitchen paper. Fry 4-5 baray at a time.
Ten minutes before serving soak the dumplings in warm water. Press the dumplings between the palms carefully to squeeze out the water.
Whisk yogurt with 1/4 cup water, chili powder, saltClick to find more about salt, garam masala and garlicClick to find more about garlic to make a smooth paste.
Arrange the dumplings in a serving dish. Pour the seasoned yogurt over it.
Garnish with Chat Masala and Sweet ImliClick to find more about Imli Chutney.



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There are 7 comment(s) for this recipe.
by lightfrey 3/5 Stars
washed urid daal is white daal

Fri Aug 09, 2013

by UZAIR No Rating
MONG KI DAAL IS YELLOW MASH IS WHITE SO I THINK WHITE DAL MEANS DAL MASH

Wed Aug 08, 2012

by komal rubab 3/5 Stars
in the ingredients,two tym salt ????

Mon Jul 23, 2012

by Sonia 3/5 Stars
Maash ki daal is what she meant by white dhuli daal

Mon Dec 05, 2011

by sara 5/5 Stars
too much spicy and delicious

Tue Aug 16, 2011

by Anonymous No Rating
What sort of dal is (white) dhuli? please explain!!!

Mon Feb 07, 2011

by Anonymous 1/5 Star
i think you meant to type 1/4th cup water. better clear that mistake up..hehhehe. i mean the "th" is also missing. imagine 14cupsssss of water..... wooooossshhhhhhh

Tue Oct 20, 2009


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